Treatment

/Treatment

Removing Ticks With Ease on Humans & on Our Furry Friends

This little device is removing ticks the safe way…

By |May 17th, 2017|Treatment|Comments Off on Removing Ticks With Ease on Humans & on Our Furry Friends

Tick Season Starts Early This Year

Lyme Ticks have emerged early this season. Protect yourself and your pets with the right products.

NEWS PROVIDED BY

By The Mercury
March 13, 2017

A mild winter and early spring in many parts of the country mean ticks and fleas are beginning to emerge, according to a Kansas State University veterinarian.

“The season for itching and scratching is here, […]

By |March 14th, 2017|Environment, Treatment|Comments Off on Tick Season Starts Early This Year

Lyme Patients Denied Insurance

Lyme Patients Denied Care and Insurance Because of Missing Diagnostic Codes.

NEWS PROVIDED BY

Global Network on Institutional Discrimination

Feb 08, 2017, 10:04 ET

VERO BEACH, Fla., Feb. 8, 2017 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Struck by a duck? Burned because your water skis caught on fire? Have a bizarre personal appearance? Fortunately, the World Health Organization has assigned over 68,000 […]

By |February 10th, 2017|Treatment|Comments Off on Lyme Patients Denied Insurance

10 Must Know Facts About Lyme Disease

Although Lyme ticks are more prominent during warmer weather, they still exist even in the colder seasons. We’re here with 10 facts that you MUST know.
Lyme disease is an infectious disease transmitted to humans from tick bites. Ticks infected with the bacteria Borrelia burgdorferi cause the disease and are most active from April to September, […]

By |June 29th, 2016|Environment, Treatment|Comments Off on 10 Must Know Facts About Lyme Disease

Legalize Lyme Disease

“Lyme disease has reached epidemic proportions.

It is the fastest growing infectious bacterial disease in America. Generally contracted by a tick bite, new evidence shows it is also contractible via mosquito, spider, or fly bite , via the womb from mother to child , or potentially through unprotected sex .

The CDC states that it does not know how many people have Lyme […]

By |March 17th, 2016|Treatment|Comments Off on Legalize Lyme Disease

Kelowna Vet Hospital Develops Spray to Protect Pets from Ticks

“A local veterinary hospital in Kelowna is hoping their creation will help protect pets from ticks and mosquitos.

Pandosy Village Veterinary Hospital has developed a natural flower spray that will protect pets against ticks and mosquitos.”

It’s about time somebody figured out a way to help protect our animal friends. Thank you Pandosy Village Veterinary Hospital and […]

By |March 9th, 2016|Treatment|Comments Off on Kelowna Vet Hospital Develops Spray to Protect Pets from Ticks

Introducing Results RNA Lyme Support

We are so thrilled to announce our partnership with Results RNA. This company has gone above and beyond in creating a product that is not only 100% natural and safe but is effective in treating Lyme Disease. If you or someone you know is suffering with Lyme and having difficulty getting any kind of help, […]

By |March 1st, 2016|Treatment|Comments Off on Introducing Results RNA Lyme Support

Late stage Lyme disease

Most Australia’s are not diagnosed with Lyme disease until the disease has become chronic, also known as Late Stage Lyme disease. This is due to the medical profession being untrained and inexperienced in identifying the symptoms of Lyme disease. Additionally, local testing is also unreliable as a negative test result does not automatically exclude Lyme […]

By |January 16th, 2016|Treatment|Comments Off on Late stage Lyme disease

Bitten: A Patient With Tickborne Disease Struggles To Find The Right Provider

For a patient with Lyme disease–like symptoms, the biggest challenge is finding a specialist who understands her condition.

“Back home after three days, I peeled off my clothes for a long-overdue shower. Reflected in the bathroom mirror was a rash the shape of a bull’s-eye, blooming bright red on my left hip. A crimson omen on […]

By |January 15th, 2016|Treatment|Comments Off on Bitten: A Patient With Tickborne Disease Struggles To Find The Right Provider

Undiagnosed illnesses leave doctors with bad bedside manners

Winnipegger Megan Duczminski will never forget the moment when, lying in a hospital bed and waiting for treatment, she overheard residents outside her door talking about her case.

They were laughing.

“They were saying ‘Oh, she thinks she has this symptom, too? And she thinks she has that symptom, seriously?'” she said. “They were ridiculing me.”

Duczminski, 29, said […]

By |November 20th, 2015|Treatment|1,037 Comments